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Early Australia Day fireworks set up consolation victory

Early Australia Day fireworks set up consolation victory

IMAGE: Andrew Tye of Australia and Tim Paine of Australia walk from the field. Photograph: Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images. Australia romped to a three-wicket victory in the fourth one-day international at Adelaide Oval on Friday after threatening to dismiss England for the lowest score in the history of the format by reducing the tourists to eight for five inside seven overs. • Scorecard Chris Woakes scored 78 as England recovered to post a score of 196 in their 50 overs but opener Travis ..., 2 months ago
Can Australia keep up 'nice guy' approach?, 2 weeks ago

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Paine hails Australian fight but series defeat looms in South Africa

'In cricket there is a second innings and another day, so we dusted ourselves off and tried to do as best as we can' IMAGE: Australia players leave the crease at the end of play. Photograph: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters Australia captain Tim Paine hailed his side's effort and fight as they rose from the malaise of their ball-tampering scandal to find a competitive edge on the third day of the fourth Test against South Africa at the Wanderers.   The tourists are still facing a defeat and a first ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 4th Test, Day 3 PHOTOS: South Africa build massive lead  Rediff.com2 weeks ago South Africa make steady start as focus returns to cricket  Business Standard3 weeks ago PHOTOS: Morkel rips through sorry Australia as South Africa win third Test  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Paine accepts Aus were outplayed

The fall-out from Australias ball-tampering scandal had a major effect on the performance of the team, new captain Tim Paine said after his team were thrashed by 492 runs in the fourth Test at the Wanderers Stadium on Tuesday. The defeat gave South Africa a ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago How David Warner's career spiraled out of control in 40 minutes  DNA3 weeks ago Ball tampering incidents that rocked cricket  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Lanning's blast powers Australia to T20 tri-series title

IMAGE: The Australian women's team celebrate after winning the T20 tri-series title in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Captain Meg Lanning's blazing knock helped Australia reach a record total before Megan Schutt led a brilliant bowling performance to beat arch-rivals England by 57 runs in the final of the women's T20 tri-series, in Mumbai, on Saturday.Australia rode on a stunning display by Lanning (88 not out) and Elyse Villani (51 of 30 balls) as they amassed a mammoth 209 for four in their 20 ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Aus whip NZ in T20 tri-series final, take No. 1 ranking  Rediff.com1 month ago

T20 tri-series : Indian eves opt to field against Aussies

The Indian women's cricket team won the toss and elected to field first in their third match of the ongoing T20I Tri-series against Australia at the Brabourne Stadium here on Monday.After suffering two back-to-back defeats in the tournament so far, the Indian ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago India likely to field fringe players in dead rubber vs SA  Rediff.com2 months ago

Aussies may ban sledging, says Taylor

Former captain Mark Taylor said Sunday that Cricket Australia was considering a ban on sledging after the ball-tampering scandal and fractious current Test series with South Africa. When asked if a ban on sledging was "a possibility", Taylor, a Cricket ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

England face dominant Australia

Entering the final on the back of some dominating performances, Australia will fancy their chances when they take on England in the title clash of the womens T20 tri-series here on Saturday. England had started their campaign with two successive wins, which ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago England face dominant Australia in women's tri-series final  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Deeply troubled by events in Cape Town Test, says Steve Waugh

Melbourne: Former Australian skipper Steve Waugh on Tuesday said he is "deeply troubled" by the ball-tampering controversy in the third Test with South Africa in Cape Town. The 52-year-old said that the error was a clear breach of the 'Spirit of Australian ...
 Sify3 weeks ago

'Repeat offenders' Australia face scorn over ball-tampering shame

‘Just from the outside, it looks like Australia have started a lot of fights and are moaning when someone comes back’   IMAGE: A fan present on Day 4 of the 3rd Sunfoil Test match between South Africa and Australia at PPC Newlands on Sunday, has a special request for Cameron Bancroft. Photograph: EJ Langer/Gallo Images/Getty Images Australia's long held belief that they play their cricket "hard but fair" would appear to have little truck outside their own country if the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

REWIND: When Smith & Co. were caught in the act in India

This was not the first time that Steve Smith and the Australian team resorted to unfair measures in a Test match to gain advantage over their opponents. IMAGE: India captain Virat Kohli exchanges a few words as Steve Smith asks for the DRS during the Bengaluru Test in March last year. Australia skipper Smith was slammed for taking dressing room assistance over DRS referrals. Photograph: BCCI The cricketing world watched with horror as Australia captain Steve Smith admitted that his side ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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